6 Sonates for flauta, violin and basso continuo
Except in few cases, the trio sonatas by the Pla brothers Joan, Josep ande Manuel are still bibliographic rarities not readily available to the majority of performers, even though many of them were widely distributed in their time, both in manuscript form and in editions appearing in London and Paris during the second half of the eighteenth century.
The Pla trio sonatas are delightful galant pieces that can be performed by varied combinations of flute, recorder, oboe, and violin, plus basso continuo. I've played them at the Tafelmusik Summer Baroque Institute with gratifying results.
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